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This is a discussion on Windshield washer nozzle within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; not sure what one may call them, but im talking about the nozzles on the hood that spray the washer ...

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    Windshield washer nozzle

    not sure what one may call them, but im talking about the nozzles on the hood that spray the washer fluid. I have never even looked at them closely, i have a cf hood, when the weather is warmer they spray up higher, and when it is colder they spray more on the windshield. Is there a way to move these around? I have a 03. Are they held on with rubber and how can i move them downward?
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    I know in some of the Subarus they are slightly adjustable to a certain point....look extremely closely at them some of them are tiny tiny ball sockets which allow a slight bit of adjustment...you can stick a t-pin or something in there and see if you can move them...You do have washer fluid in there and not just water right? I was just thinking perhaps when its colder they freeze up a tad and it changes the spray pattern...

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    Quote Originally Posted by EvoEatr View Post
    I know in some of the Subarus they are slightly adjustable to a certain point....look extremely closely at them some of them are tiny tiny ball sockets which allow a slight bit of adjustment...you can stick a t-pin or something in there and see if you can move them...You do have washer fluid in there and not just water right? I was just thinking perhaps when its colder they freeze up a tad and it changes the spray pattern...
    i dont have water in them, i have peak -20 or something like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yamaha_rider619 View Post
    i dont have water in them, i have peak -20 or something like that.

    Yeah I would def. try adjusting them a tad...I know some of them are adjustable...

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